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Town Center

Poag Shopping Centers is proud to invest in the future of The Shops at Valley Square with the redevelopment of an exciting new experience: the “Town Center”, which will completely renovate the current public area in the center of the property...



Joseph Busik piloted a B-17 during World War II, flying missions over Germany from a base in Italy. He appreciated the beautiful stonework he saw in Italy, and he brought that love for stone architecture home to Pennsylvania after the war. Having... more

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Summer is the time for salads, and it is especially a good time for a Greek salad with romaine lettuce cucumber, tomato, red onion, feta cheese, Kalamata olives and homemade vinaigrette. The Canal Grille in Yardley has other versions of the Greek... more

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Max hansen

dan engongoro

The Carversville Store hasn’t been the same since. On May 4, 2013 Max Hansen took over this central hub of the small, picturesque town of Carversville and renamed it the Max Hansen Carversville Grocery. This not only kept the store alive but it... more

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The Turning Point in Warrington is a unique restaurant in that is only severs breakfast and lunch, but it is not a typical luncheonette. Instead they have on their menu a whole page dedicated to gourmet hot drinks that include French Press coffees... more

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Kate Brandes, an environmental scientist and resident of Riegelsville, writes book club fiction with an environmental bent. Her debut novel, The Promise of Pierson Orchard, described as “Erin Brockovitch meets Promised Land,” is a family drama with.. more

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Rabbit Creek

Scannapieco Development Corporation, the developer known for creating the ultra-luxury niche market in Philadelphia, celebrated yesterday the official grand opening of New Hope’s most exclusive gated townhome community, The Residences at Rabbit Run Creek. The grand opening was celebrated on May 11, 2017 with a ribbon cutting event led by Tom Scannapieco. Guests had the have the opportunity to tour the newly-unveiled model home and view custom entry gates, hand-crafted by local artisan Ray Mathis. Tom Scannapieco introduced the “ultra-luxury” residential real estate market to the Philadelphia region. With the nationally-recognized, record-breaking projects 1706 Rittenhouse and 500 Walnut, he has established Philadelphia as a desirable luxury destination and elevating its position among other world-class cities. Now, returning to New Hope, Bucks County, where he conceived his first suburban ultra-luxury project, Waterview, Scannapieco brings the same unmatched level of luxury to his latest project, Rabbit Run Creek. Situated in the heart of historic New Hope, Rabbit Run Creek features an intimate collection of 37 exclusive, custom townhomes housed within an entirely gated community, allowing for the utmost in privacy. Catering to the ultra-luxury buyer who appreciates full customization, fine architecture and design, intimate clusterings of townhomes offer an abundance of windows and natural light. All garages are situated in the rear of the townhome, enabling beautiful architecturally-detailed façades. Each home allows for full customization allowing residents the freedom to create their ideal living environment. This, along with key signature Scannapieco differentiators, such as intimacy of scale, a high level of finish, and close attention to details, were originally realized with his first ultra-luxe New Hope project, Waterview. “Since introducing our first suburban ultra-luxury residential offering in New Hope more than 12 years ago, we have expanded our urban ultra-luxury portfolio with high-rise towers 1706 Rittenhouse and 500 Walnut, and have now come full circle, returning to the suburbs with the development of Rabbit Run Creek,” said Tom Scannapieco, president & CEO, Scannapieco Development Corporation. “During this time we have gained a deep understanding of the lifestyle preferences that attract this high-end buyer. Rabbit Run Creek is an idyllic community offering the intimacy, privacy, attention to detail and design that will truly raise the bar in Bucks County.” The spacious, 40-foot-wide, two-story residences range from 3,600 to over 5,500 square-feet, and feature open floor plans with a private elevator, full basements and private courtyard areas. The townhomes are situated on a 23-acre site surrounded by lush fields and woodlands, tastefully designed as a walkable community complete with 2,100 linear feet of sidewalks and paths. Residents will experience a rich living environment, as each phase of the community will be centered around a public square with gardens or water features including beautifully sculptured ponds and decorative fountains. Scannapieco’s vision for the intimate gated community is intended for residents to enjoy a lifestyle of ease. A community association will maintain all open spaces, ponds, fountains and drives. Its strategic location offers easy access to New York and New Jersey, and proximity to the town of New Hope places dining, shopping and attractions just minutes away. Open floor plans that are perfect for entertaining, a private, walkable neighborhood feel and the ultimate in luxury makes Rabbit Run truly unmatched in the region.